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post #33046 of Old 07-10-2013, 10:04 AM
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Is it a bold on kit, or do you have the weld them on? I have sinister fab highline fenders on my jeep. They turned out good.

Here is a link to them.
http://www.sinisterfabworks.com/shop...aspx?itemid=82
It's bolt on. Still trying to get all the details as far as what space I loose under the hood. Some things I can live with but others I can't. I want to retain my 6 inch flare to be within law for having coverage on the 35's. Why I'm looking more towards the GenRight sets. Only have 3 inches of lift so the highline would give me the flex I usually got with the 33's.

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post #33047 of Old 07-10-2013, 10:51 AM
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It's bolt on. Still trying to get all the details as far as what space I loose under the hood. Some things I can live with but others I can't. I want to retain my 6 inch flare to be within law for having coverage on the 35's. Why I'm looking more towards the GenRight sets. Only have 3 inches of lift so the highline would give me the flex I usually got with the 33's.
Call and/or go to the shop and ask then.

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post #33048 of Old 07-10-2013, 01:03 PM
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Is that in Kearny area?
Convoy St
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post #33049 of Old 07-10-2013, 02:33 PM
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It's bolt on. Still trying to get all the details as far as what space I loose under the hood. Some things I can live with but others I can't. I want to retain my 6 inch flare to be within law for having coverage on the 35's. Why I'm looking more towards the GenRight sets. Only have 3 inches of lift so the highline would give me the flex I usually got with the 33's.
My jeep is at my parents, come by to see the highlines. Don't expect to have a perfect hood after you cut it.
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post #33050 of Old 07-10-2013, 03:38 PM
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It's bolt on. Still trying to get all the details as far as what space I loose under the hood. Some things I can live with but others I can't. I want to retain my 6 inch flare to be within law for having coverage on the 35's. Why I'm looking more towards the GenRight sets. Only have 3 inches of lift so the highline would give me the flex I usually got with the 33's.
Take a look at Garza's build thread in the Builds forum. I did the Genright highlines, hood pins, and Genright aluminum inners on that one and they are pretty close to my favorites as far as fitment, space under the hood and ease of installation.

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post #33051 of Old 07-10-2013, 04:53 PM
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Looks like they reopened. Same location, new owners.
stopped by today. looks like they're actually opening on Saturday. bummer.

Yup, convoy. just opposite Dixieline/Colorama

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post #33052 of Old 07-10-2013, 08:14 PM
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Any suggestions for a San Diego shop that can install 4.88's? Also whats the best gear set brand now-a-days?

If @ 1st you don't succeed, grind it, hammer it, weld it, drink a beer and try again.
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post #33053 of Old 07-10-2013, 08:31 PM
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Any suggestions for a San Diego shop that can install 4.88's? Also whats the best gear set brand now-a-days?
give M.I.T. a call they are out in el cajon. http://www.mit4x4.com/

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post #33057 of Old 07-11-2013, 09:34 PM
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will i get a large discount if I do?

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post #33058 of Old 07-12-2013, 11:44 AM
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will i get a large discount if I do?
Probably. Depends on how you come across. Limp a lot.

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post #33059 of Old 07-12-2013, 02:30 PM
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Dont worry about that... I already kinda do..... anyways, I got an urge to start doing a little bit of pier fishing. Any one have a recommendation on where and when is best? Anywhere from Imperial to Solano is good with me. Just bought a fishing pole and some lures etc so I'm kinda geeked up.. Maybe an early morning meet and great some weekend doing some pier fishing?

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post #33060 of Old 07-12-2013, 02:59 PM
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Dont worry about that... I already kinda do..... anyways, I got an urge to start doing a little bit of pier fishing. Any one have a recommendation on where and when is best? Anywhere from Imperial to Solano is good with me. Just bought a fishing pole and some lures etc so I'm kinda geeked up.. Maybe an early morning meet and great some weekend doing some pier fishing?
Lures?

I always used either squid. mackerel, or worms (bloodworms or nightcrawlers).

Another good option is to build a snag leader with 3 treble hooks and a weight on the end and snag the little guys after throwing bread into the water...live bait is good too.

I would make a 2 hook leader with live bait on one and cut bait on the other with a weight on the very end and the live bait with an 18" leader and the cut bait on a 12" leader. The live bait would be the furthest away from the end so it can swim higher off the silt or kelp to be seen, the cut bait is where the bottom feeders will see it.

I have just been using my SCUBA equip. to get em lately, that way I can be more picky with what I am having for dinner! I have a "JBL Mangnum 44" triple band speargun.

PM me sometime if you wanna come up north to kill fishes! I have a few poles and gear...

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